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Räikkönen on Perez (lap 51)22nd August 2015, 18:27 at 6:27 pm #303573
Kimi Räikkönen, 2012 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Hamilton retired)
Ralf Schumacher, 2003 European Grand Prix (Kimi retired)17th August 2015, 21:54 at 9:54 pm #303306
A song about Sebastian Vettel (Paranoid by Black Sabbath)
Finished with the Red Bull ‘cos they didn’t help me win no more
People thought I’m insane because to Ferrari I’m heading for
All day long I thought of it but RB couldn’t satisfy
Think I’d lose my mind if I don’t have teammate to devastate
Grazie Ferrari, you are all so gree-eeeat
Can’t come up with anything for 2nd verse.1st August 2015, 23:32 at 11:32 pm #302769
But I don’t want to see Ferrari suddenly changing its colours or Williams dropping their Martini livery, even if it’s one-off :/
We should encourage teams to have permanent liveries with some imagination.20th July 2015, 13:00 at 1:00 pm #302076
Disallowing using the car number 17 in the future.14th July 2015, 17:20 at 5:20 pm #301918
I’ve been following the sport since 1998 and during that time the biggest unfulfilled talent IMO has been Robert Kubica. I also feel Kamui Kobayashi and Jaime Alguersuari should’ve had more years in F1 (even though Jaime’s Formula E season was huge dissapointment).30th June 2015, 18:29 at 6:29 pm #301261
There is Formula E mod on rFactor, but yeah, would love to have an official game. As long as Codemasters won’t have the license, that is.30th June 2015, 0:35 at 12:35 am #301188
I for one would love to see more experienced former F1 drivers driving in Formula E. Drivers such as Alesi, R.Schumacher, Kovalainen, Frentzen (he has already completed test drive with the FE-car), Coulthard etc. would be great addons to the series. Surely the series can’t be physically too demanding for older drivers and those older drivers don’t have commitments for other series (see Trulli who did the whole season in Formula E).
There are enough competitive junior categories for juniors, so I’d prefer seeing FE filled with current/former stars.12th June 2015, 15:19 at 3:19 pm #299983
@keithcollantine – It is actually a brand new single. This genre of music isn’t my cup of tea, so I don’t know the details, but I presume the artist and Mika Salo are friends and that’s why Salo was given a role. Or maybe the label wants to get more views to the video by including celebrities in it.
It isn’t the first time for Salo and Spekti to collaborate. Here Salo is acting drunken general. I’m surprised Spekti didn’t ask Kimi to take that role…11th June 2015, 12:54 at 12:54 pm #299842
This isn’t an advert but a music video. Close enough I guess.
Mika Salo from 2:40 onwards.3rd January 2015, 11:48 at 11:48 am #289962
Move to Ferrari was a mistake
With a hindsight it’s easy to say now that Kimi Räikkönen’s move to Ferrari was a bad mistake. With McLaren Kimi would have been fighting for the driver’s world championship, but with Ferrari his chances for this season are already gone.
– Matti Kyllönen, Finland’s own version of Murray Walker, 18th of June 2007. :-)5th October 2014, 16:13 at 4:13 pm #277167
My earliest memory is Michael Schumacher’s puncture during 1998 Japanese GP and Finnish race commentator’s hilariously happy reactions to that as Schumacher’s puncture meant that Häkkinen is a world champion.29th August 2014, 21:31 at 9:31 pm #272633
Can’t see it happening, but I’d love to see a grid like this:
Mercedes: Rosberg, Bottas
Red Bull: Ricciardo, Vettel
Ferrari: Alonso, Bianchi
McLaren: Räikkönen, Hamilton
Lotus: Kobayashi, Vergne
Force India: Hülkenberg, Perez
Williams: Button, Grosjean
Toro Rosso: Kvyat, Da Costa
Sauber: Kovalainen, Frijns
Marussia: Magnussen, Vandoorne
Caterham: Massa, Alguersuari3rd February 2014, 20:58 at 8:58 pm #135092
My favorite driver celebrating a victory in his best season to date.